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Default OK, who can clear all this up ???

What i would like to clear up... is,

what are all the differences between the Victory models !!!!!

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What i would like to clear up... is,

what are all the differences between the Victory models !!!!!

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sure, why not... just to see what people know....

i mean it is kinda confusing with all the 8balls, hammers.. Vegas, jackpot and on and on..
So what is different in between all of them, which parts fit where and so on !


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They come in many styles, models, and years. Within the model years for each model they came with different paint colors, wheels, tires and engines.

No single person owns all the models in all the colors with all the options but I'm sure that one person (one with too much time, is in jail or is bedridden) has cataloged all of them on a website. You may be able to Wikipedia your question.

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sure, why not... just to see what people know....

i mean it is kinda confusing with all the 8balls, hammers.. Vegas, jackpot and on and on..
So what is different in between all of them, which parts fit where and so on !

You will get a list of differences between just two different models, or even the same model of two different years.
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What i would like to clear up... is,

what are all the differences between the Victory models !!!!!

LETS GO !
Go to a dealership, study all of the different models and answer your own questions!
You'll have a blast, I promise!
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Seems like a fair question to me... I was curious myself... but... I have what is considered a "vintage" 2005 so my bike would not even make the list

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Who in the right mind would care about colors ???

I AM TALKING HARDWARE !!!!!!

tires, swing arms, engines.. transmissions...come on !!!

ITS INTERESTING !!!!!

So pls, think out of the box !

Just curious.

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From 2005 and forward it's fairly basic, isn't it? Starting with the tubular frames the Vegas is a good starting place. Add bags and you get the Kingpin. Leave the bags off and widen the rear tire and you have a Jackpot. Add chrome to certain places and you get the "Premium" models. Strip any options off and paint all those parts black instead of chrome and you have an 8-ball version.

Next comes the "frame" bikes which include the cross and the vision. Nothing on them and you have a Cross Roads. Add hard bags, front fairing and stereo and you have the Cross Country. Strip everything off and replace the more "traditional" fuel tank with a newfangled wrap around the front forks fuel tank and then wrap the entire bike in a plastic skin modeled off the '70s Jetson's cartoon and you have the Vision.

As far as the power plant goes, just copy H-D and bump up the cc's about once every three years. Keep it interesting in the off-years by offering upgrades to the tranny (from 5 to 6 speed & different gearing)..




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Seems like a fair question to me... I was curious myself... but... I have what is considered a "vintage" 2005 so my bike would not even make the list
It's a fair question, but if someone were to answer it, they would end up writing a book. A book nobody would read.

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Who in the right mind would care about colors ???

I AM TALKING HARDWARE !!!!!!

tires, swing arms, engines.. transmissions...come on !!!

ITS INTERESTING !!!!!

So pls, think out of the box !

Just curious.
Your answer is all over the forum. Search and you shall find it.

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